Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is excited to present this remarkable 1932 Pierce Arrow 8 Sedan in mustard yellow and gray.
The Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company produced some of the finest automobiles lost to the early 20th century. Pierce-Arrow is not a household name today- though when new, these were top of the line automobiles. The company only lasted into the late 1930’s, contributing to its rarity and collectability today. Manufactured in Buffalo, New York, Pierce-Arrow was most famous for luxury automobiles, and its clear why. The company originally manufactured home items including bird-cages, and eventually bicycles in the mid to late 1800s. Once they began manufacturing cars, Pierce-Arrow became a status symbol. Owned by many stars and iconic figures including Babe Ruth, Ginger Rogers, and President Woodrow Wilson.
This Pierce-Arrow truly is a work of art. A time Capsule. It appears to have received a restoration at some point in its life, and has been kept in pristine shape since. AC has been installed in the car. The exterior sports a mustard yellow and beige two-tone. The color matching wheels are icing on the cake. The glass wind panels are beautifully etched with roses and butterflies. One of the nicest features inside the Arrow is the turned-aluminum dash. Wooden panels run along the dash and door panels. It is very roomy inside. The rear window panel has a nice pull-down curtain.
The Arrow is powered by an inline 8. While you can get a peak of it through the side louvers, lifting the butterfly hood reveals just how epic this motor is. The transmission is a 3-speed manual. Above the massive chrome grill sits the majestic Pierce Arrow hood ornament: A god-like man pulling back the arrow on his bow, pointing forward with the car.